Compatible with Homebrew WTF Rails only.
Not compatible with pint or standard XR rails.
Want to keep your Onewheel looking like it just rolled off the showroom floor? Well, slap some Float Sidekicks on the rails and you’re good to go! Sidekicks are the go-to premium Onewheel accessory that gives you the freedom to roll, scrape and thrash your board without your rails ever feeling the pain. The Float Life offers a variety of colors and finish options, so you can get your board protected and looking incredible!
Protect your rails:☑️
Protect your investment: ☑️
Do the first ever Onewheel primo grind: Good luck, and definitely film it because we want to see that.
Float on, my friends! 🙂
What's the difference between Onewheel's Rail Guards vs Sidekicks? Our sidekicks have tried and tested many different adhesives and have developed one that stays on your board with strength while being much easier to remove than other rail guards on the market. Onewheel and other brands have adhesive that's very difficult to remove when you are ready to switch them out. Sidekicks are also the original rail protection and come un-branded for a clean minimalist look.
Want to Learn More About Onewheel Accessories?
Check out the Float Life's Onewheel Accessories guide here: https://thefloatlife.com
Solid guards as always. Only gripe/disappointment is the set only comes with the side guards. The set I received for my straight rails had pieces to cover the exposed top and bottom portion of the rails for a continuous color scheme. Still got much love for TFL!
No complain about the Rail guards, Hope they have more Color options for my Switch colorway Bangs:)
Great protection for your board and protects your investment!
These are alright, but to be honest I expected a little more. I agree with the other reviewers that the first thing these need to come with are pieces to cover to top and bottom of the rails. I mean just about every other rail protection out there for non-WTF rails comes with that. I understand that it may take a bit of extra work to get pieces cut that will fit the shape of the WTF rails, but this feels like something that was overlooked. The adhesive if fine, but with the clear guards you can see where it doesn't adhere consistently to the rails.